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Innovation
A biology lab in the palm of your hands
Published June 29, 2022
A student-created app brings the biology lab experience to users' smartphones, paving the way for a more accessible lab education
OIE releases 2021 annual report
Published June 21, 2022
Report includes information about the types of complaints reported, timelines for investigations, and a new section focused on student data
Astronomy
Johns Hopkins astronomers to discuss new satellite galaxy simulation
Published June 14, 2022
A new simulation used by Johns Hopkins researchers shows abundant streams of satellite galaxies, which early predictions thought to be incredibly rare
Entrepreneurship
Ballet After Dark wins $25K prize at Social Innovation Lab Innovators' Showcase
Published June 14, 2022
A student-led nonprofit organization, which won the $25,000 Cohort Prize, was one of 10 cohort teams who presented their ventures to community members and potential funders at the April showcase
Astronomy
New clues suggest how hot Jupiters form
Published June 10, 2022
Johns Hopkins astronomers discover new way of determining the relative age of exoplanets and prove there are multiple ways these planets form
PhD education
Survey of enrolled PhD students aims to enhance education, programming
Published June 3, 2022
Results have been shared with deans and administrators, as well as with the students themselves
Fulbrights awarded to 20 Johns Hopkins students and alumni
Published June 2, 2022
They will embark on research and educational programs around the world to promote cultural exchange
Alumni honors
Two alumni awarded nationally renowned Knight-Hennessy Scholarships
Published May 26, 2022
Katherine Hu and Nikhil Gupta will receive support and leadership development as they pursue graduate studies at Stanford University
Women in STEM
Johns Hopkins PhD student named Apple Scholar
Published May 25, 2022
Elizabeth Salesky, a third-year computer science PhD student, was named an Apple Scholar, receiving support for her research and academic travels
President's Remarks
Daniels: 'Never underestimate the impact your actions can have'
Published May 23, 2022
While we often look to community and global leaders as examples of how to rise to critical moments, 'we are all capable of lives of quiet heroism,' he tells graduates